FORMER NSW Jewish Board of Deputies (JBOD) CEO Vic Alhadeff has a new role within the community.
Alhadeff, who stepped down from the state roof body in early May, this week joined the Executive Council of Australian Jewry as a part-time consultant.
“I am very pleased to be in a position to also offer my services to the ECAJ,” Alhadeff said.
“As the national representative body of the Australian Jewish community, it has the carriage of many key issues which are of vital importance to the wellbeing of our community nationwide, and my aim is to assist in those endeavours to the best of my ability and do whatever I can to strengthen the community nationally.
“The ECAJ has an extremely impressive leadership at its helm, and I am honoured to join this team.”
Welcoming Alhadeff’s appointment, ECAJ co-CEO Peter Wertheim said, “We are delighted that Vic will be joining us.
“He has a long and distinguished record of service to the Jewish community, and his talents are needed now more than ever. Our strong team will only grow stronger with Vic joining us.”
Alhadeff stepped down from JBOD after serving as CEO for 16 years and is also now consulting to that organisation. He is also a former editor of The AJN.